Meet 20 Year Old Climate Activist Melati Wijsen Who Had Plastic Banned in Bali | Influence
Melati Wijsen, a young climate activist, often compared to Greta Thunberg, has managed to create change through an environmental policy banning single-use plastics in Bali.
VICE Canada Reports
Grey Matter: The Cement Factory That Could Jeopardize Quebec's Green Agenda
Quebec claims to be a climate change leader, yet it quietly championed a controversial cement factory in the struggling region of Gaspesie. VICE investigates why Quebec is endorsing an industry responsible for 8% of global CO2 emissions.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Kelp could save our oceans — if you eat it
Kelp could feed the planet and save our oceans — but no one knows about it
Motherboard Pilot Week
Whiz Kidz: The Internet
We often talk about science and the future, but what do kids actually think about the future?
VICE News Specials
Crude L.A. - California's Urban Oil Fields (Full Length)
Coming Soon: VICE News investigates the rise of Mexican black tar heroin, and the cost of getting it to the US.
VICE News Specials / Clip
Crude L.A.: California's Urban Oil Fields (Trailer)
Coming Soon: VICE News investigates the effects of urban oil drilling in Los Angeles.
Filming the Police
We also visit an icy art installation in Paris, investigate pollution in the world's deepest lake, and explore LA's Latino ska scene.
The People Speak
Can Climate Change Be Stopped?
VICE News asked people around the world about what they think are the big issues. Climate change was at the top of the list.
Engineering the Ultimate Robotic Fish
Motherboard goes to NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering to check out the lab of the scientist building the ultimate robotic fish.
VICE News Specials
Cursed by Coal: Mining the Navajo Nation
VICE News travels to the Navajo Nation to find out how its abundance of coal is affecting the future of the Navajo people.
Toxic Waste in the US: Coal Ash
An estimated 113 million tons of coal ash are produced annually in the US, and stored in almost every state—some of it literally in people's backyards.
Coastal Crisis: Louisiana Oil Spill
In April 2010, a 2-foot-wide pipe in the Gulf of Mexico began ejaculating oil to the tune of half a million gallons a day.